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|Title = BBC continuity announcer
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|Actor = [[John Cleese]]
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|Image = [[Image:anfscd 6.jpg|200px]]
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|First = [[The Ant, an Introduction]]
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|Profession = Continuity announcer}}
 
The '''BBC continuity announcer''' is a reoccurring character in ''[[Monty Python's Flying Circus]]'', used to link sketches together. He says "And now for something completely different" in unexpected areas. He initially appears in the episode "[[Sex and Violence]]," played by [[Eric Idle]]. In his subsequent appearances, he is portrayed by [[John Cleese]].
 
The '''BBC continuity announcer''' is a reoccurring character in ''[[Monty Python's Flying Circus]]'', used to link sketches together. He says "And now for something completely different" in unexpected areas. He initially appears in the episode "[[Sex and Violence]]," played by [[Eric Idle]]. In his subsequent appearances, he is portrayed by [[John Cleese]].
   

Revision as of 14:14, 27 December 2019

The BBC continuity announcer is a reoccurring character in Monty Python's Flying Circus, used to link sketches together. He says "And now for something completely different" in unexpected areas. He initially appears in the episode "Sex and Violence," played by Eric Idle. In his subsequent appearances, he is portrayed by John Cleese.

Appearances

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